FASS in the News

New poetry collection captures the beauty of home and abroad

New poetry collection captures the beauty of home and abroad

4 August 2017

Professor Graham Mort, poet and author of radio drama and short fiction, has just had his tenth collection of poems, ‘Black Shiver Moss’, published by Seren Books.

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Edinburgh Festival date for LICA Professor

Edinburgh Festival date for LICA Professor

2 August 2017

Professor Andrew Quick has co-authored and co-directed a new piece of theatre which has been selected by the British Council Showcase for this year’s Edinburgh Festival.

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The Why Factor - Goths

The Why Factor - Goths

19 May 2017

Dr Catherine Spooner (English and Creative Writing) was interviewed on BBC World Service’s The Why Factor about Goth subculture on 8th May. The interview was repeated on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Wales on 9th May.

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Linda Woodhead interviewed 3 times by Radio 4

Linda Woodhead interviewed 3 times by Radio 4

28 April 2017

Professor Linda Woodhead (PPR) took part in 3 separate programmes on BBC Radio 4 over the Easter period. They were Start the Week, Easter Sunday Special: Religion in Rural Life and The World This Weekend.

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CASS Researchers work featured on Radio 4

CASS Researchers work featured on Radio 4

28 April 2017

Research by Robbie Love (ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science) was featured on two Radio 4 programmes - 'Google' in the series 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy and Not Your Usual Oral History.

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How Short is a Short Story?

How Short is a Short Story?

28 March 2017

Jenn Ashworth (English & Creative Writing) was featured on the 'How Short is a Short Story?' panel as part of BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking Festival. Listen here, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04x67lw, to the short story the festival commissioned Jenn to write.

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